Sunday, February 19, 2006

Reporters' Notebooks

Joseph Person, Columbia State: Yet another SEC school plans to raise ticket prices. This time it's South Carolina.

Zach Silka, South Florida Sun-Sentinel: Miami plans changes to its offense, with combinations of three- and four-wideout sets and one- and two-back sets with multiple tight ends.

Carter Stickland, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Georgia could be looking at starting a freshman at quarterback. Plus, Bulldog offensive lineman Ian Smith was suspended for two games after an arrest on a charge of public intoxication (registration).

Anthony Cotton, Denver Post: Former USC running back and Denver native LenDale White thinks he will be selected in the first 10 picks of the NFL draft.

Bob Wieneke, South Bend Tribune: Notre Dame coach Crewcut Charlie Weis says tight end Joey Hiben didn't have to choose between football and architecture.

David White, Fresno Bee: Fresno State offensive line coach Mark Weber is the third assistant to leave this offseason. He might not be the last.

Ian R. Rapoport, Clarion-Ledger: When Bill Parcells called, Mississippi State assistant Freddie Kitchens couldn't turn him down.

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